Beyond the Grid Fund for Zambia wins Ashden Award

The Sweden-funded programme has won the 2019 Ashden Award in the category Innovative Finance.

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Data for Impact: A New Frontier

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We invest in clean energy markets in developing countries and emerging economies.

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The Power Africa: Beyond the Grid Fund for Zambia will bring clean energy access to one million Zambians.

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The Private Financing Advisory Network connects small- and medium-sized clean energy and climate businesses with financing.

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The Urban Waterworks Project fosters market-based energy efficiency and clean energy innovation in municipal waterworks in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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The Clean Energy Revolving Fund helps farmers in Cambodia purchase clean energy technology.

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REEEP promotes climate smart development with tools and services such as Climate Tagger, and the Climate Knowledge Brokers Group.

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Scale and Sustainability: Toward a Public-Private Paradigm in Powering India.

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BGFZ Wins Ashden Award
Beyond the Grid Fund for Zambia Wins Ashden Award
26-06-2019 · London

Latest Publications

Documentary: Climate Change, Clean Energy and Urban Water in Africa
09-08-2019 · Johannesburg
Private Financing Advisory Network


Aerial photo of aeration tanks at the Fishwater Flats Waste Water Treatment Works
Delegations visit Wastewater Treatment Site to See South African Urban Water Works Project Results
20-06-2019 · Port Elizabeth


Best Practice Guide - Climate Change, Clean Energy and Urban Water in Africa
by REEEP · 2019
Climate Change, Clean Energy and Urban Water in Africa


VITALITE Zambia Agent Mary Mpupuma (right) in her shop in Katoba Village.
100,000 Zambian households gain access to clean, affordable off-grid energy through BGFZ
10-04-2019 · Lusaka


PFAN Progress Report 2019
by Maria van Veldhuizen; Claire Mathieson · 2019